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Moose in British Columbia: Ecology, Conservation and Management Blood, Donald A.
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Abstract: The largest members of the deer family (Cervidae), Moose are found in northern forests across Eurasia, from Scandinavia and Poland to eastern Russia, and across North America from Alaska and British Columbia to Labrador and Nova Scotia. The same species, Alces alces, occurs on both continents. This pattern of distribution is called circumboreal. Adult bulls stand nearly 2 m tall at the shoulder and have the most massive antlers of any member of the deer family. Long a critical source of food, clothing, and implements for First Nations, the majestic Moose also fascinated early explorers, whose writings included many accounts of Moose. Moose have survived the advance of civilization rather well, and an estimated 800,000 to 1.2 million live in North America today.
 
Blood, Donald A.. 2000. Moose in British Columbia: Ecology, Conservation and Management. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Mammals in BC brochure
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: conservation, management, bc
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Alces alces
ISBN:  English Name: Moose
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